Last week, CORT welcomed the Tampa community to celebrate its newly re-designed showroom and clearance center. During the day, CORT hosted an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony with special guests including Commissioner Ken Hagan.
Visitors who joined during the day were offered complimentary refreshments and could participate in prize drawings. Following the open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony, the CORT team hosted a private evening celebration with hors d’oeuvres and drawings for prizes such as a travel voucher worth $1,500, Boise noise-cancelling headphones, CORT gift cards and much more.
CORT’s Tampa location now includes a contemporary-styled rental showroom and clearance center stocked with furnishings and accessories to meet any design style or budget. The clearance center features a mix of stained concrete and carpet as well as electronic and accessory displays, helping to provide customers with the best possible shopping experience.
In addition, Major Ed Pulido from the Folds of Honor Foundation and a Folds of Honor scholarship recipient, Kallie Santos, joined CORT in Tampa for the celebration. CORT is a corporate partner and exclusive furnishings provider of the Folds of Honor Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization with a mission to empower deserving military families with educational support by providing educational scholarships for children and spouses of fallen or disabled military service men and women. To date, CORT has donated more than $100,000 in funds and furnishings to the Folds of Honor Foundation to support military families across the country.
Congrats on a successful event, CORT Tampa!